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[UPDATED] PS Now coming to PC, Sony leaks on their own site

by Joey Davidson | August 23, 2016August 23, 2016 8:58 am EST


Updated at 3:00pm ET: PS Now has officially been confirmed for PC.

Original Story: PS Now (or PlayStation Now) is Sony’s take on cloud gaming. The premium service currently lets players stream PlayStation 3 games to their PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. A new leak has potentially revealed that PS Now is bound for the PC platform.

That’s right, you might be able to stream and play PlayStation 3 games on your PC. PlayStation 2 games have been rumored to come to the service as well.

Industry tipster and constant Twitter presence @Wario64 tweeted a screenshot of the PlayStation Blog for Sony’s European arm. It seems someone code a little overzealous with their image title.

The HTML clearly reads “PS Now on PC Annoucne Post by PlayStation Europe, on Flickr.”

This could be little more than an error, though its explicit nature implies that this post genuinely exists.

We’ll follow this one closely and provide updates as they come. Stay tuned.

Joey Davidson

Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on TechnoBuffalo. He's been covering games online for more than 10 years, and he's a lover of all...